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Definition of "geon" [geon]

  • A hypothetical electromagnetic or gravitational wave held together in a confined region by the gravitational attraction of its own field energy. (noun)

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Use "geon" in a sentence
  • "I call geon (g for the gravity, e for electromagnetism,” and on as the word root for” particle”)."
  • "Or of geon, that is a wrestler, for he was a pastor and a wrestler he fed his flock with the word of preaching, with suffrages of praying, and with example of conversation."
  • "KAL online geon. last chaos gold. scions of fate gold. second fife finden dollar."